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Consultancy Services

A Growth Sector

As an experienced practitioner in the consultant services field you will be aware of its growth and refinement in recent years. Individuals employed in this sector tend to have dual qualifications or specialist knowledge of a particular product.

Career Choices

Maxim Recruitment clients in the consulting sector have developed specialist areas of their business in the UK and internationally to offer their customers the very best construction advice and consultancy. 

Defining Consultancy Services in the Construction Sector

Consulting Services include:

  • Due Diligence
  • Life Cycle Costing
  • Project Controls
  • Risk Management and Change Management
  • Facilitation
  • Management Consulting
  • PFI/PPP Services
  • Supply Chain/Partnering
  • Whole Life Costing/Energy Sustainability
  • Capital Allowance Tax Surveying

Contact Us

To discuss the best career options please get in touch with one of our recruitment consultants in the Maxim office nearest to you to discuss your options further.

Industry News

Haribo picks contractor for its largest factory

Sweet manufacturer Haribo has picked the contractor for its first-ever North American factory, which will also be the largest project in its 100-year history.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:58 Read more »

Latest animation from coronavirus forum focuses on travel

The latest animation to be issued by Scotland's Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum focuses on rules about travelling to work.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:56 Read more »

£442m hospitals plans unveiled for Birmingham

A Birmingham health trust has unveiled plans for a £442m build programme for two new hospitals.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:55 Read more »

Sweco wins contract for Chinese tech park

Sweco has won a contract worth up to SEK100m (£8.8m) to develop a new high-tech urban district on the island of Hainan in southern China.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:55 Read more »

Uni spin-out hopes to commercialise road repair robot

The University of Liverpool has spun out a new company – Robotiz3d Ltd – to develop road repair robots.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:28 Read more »
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